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C5 Churn Song

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This chapter presents Churn Song of informants of Xošebo ʾOdišo and Dawid ʾAdam, who grew up and lived in the villages of Barwar in northern Iraq. The songs were sung in Barwar. Some of these were originally composed elsewhere, notably in the Ṭiyare region, and this is reflected by the occasional occurrence of forms that are distinctive of the Ṭiyare dialects.

Keywords: Ṭiyare dialects; Churn Song; Xošebo ʾOdišo

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